NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5080 GPUs To Launch First, RTX 5090 Follows Soon After In Q4 2024

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5080 GPUs To Launch First, RTX 5090 Follows Soon After In Q4 2024

NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 50 “Blackwell” GPU family should launch first with the RTX 5080 graphics card, followed by the flagship RTX 5090, reports Kopite7kimi.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 50 “Blackwell” GPUs are launching later this year, but the RTX 5080 hits shelves first, the RTX 5090 later.

NVIDIA The GeForce RTX 50 “Blackwell” GPU family is expected to launch in Q4 2024. And it will include the first two products, the GeForce RTX 5090 and the GeForce RTX 5080. With the “Ada Lovelace” RTX 40 lineup, we saw NVIDIA first introduce the GeForce RTX 4090 and the RTX 4080 after that. Both high-end cards launched a month apart from each other but this time, it seems NVIDIA has decided to launch the “80” model first.

This rumor comes just a few days after several media outlets reported that NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 5090 should be the only model released this year, which made no sense, especially when both the RTX 5090 and RTX were released. There were notifications before the proposal was made. 5080 this year. With the confirmation coming from Kopite7kimi, it looks like we should stick with the previous reports as they make a lot more sense.

With that said, there is nothing as of yet as NVIDIA has yet to start talking or giving us hints about its next generation GPU family. NVIDIA The Blackwell GPUs announced so far are exclusively designed for the AI ​​and HPC segment. But we know for a fact that there already is one. Blackwell GPU IP that will power the next generation of RTX graphics..

Based on previous rumoursNVIDIA is expected to have two flagship dies under the GB202 and GB203 banner. The former is likely to be used with the GeForce RTX 5090. Up to 192 SM units and up to 512-bit interfaces While the latter is expected to be used by the RTX 5080. The GB203 is rumored to be half of the GB202 GPU with 92 SM units and a 256-bit interface, and both are GPUs. It is expected to use the latest GDDR7 memory interface..

Although it's highly unlikely that we'll see any announcements about the gaming lineup. Computex 2024, we can expect to hear some whispers about the next-gen lineup from the AIB partners they should be working on. Realistically, we expect the first teasers by the end of Q3 at the earliest.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 50 “Blackwell” GPU Lineup (Preliminary) Specifications:

Graphics card GPU SMS / Cover Memory configuration TDP
GeForce RTX 5090? GB 202 192 / TBD 512-bit (GDDR7) 450W?
GeForce RTX 5090? GB 202 192 / TBD 384 bit (GDDR7) 400W?
GeForce RTX 5080? GB 203 96 / TBD 256 bit (GDDR7) 320W?
GeForce RTX 5070? GB 205 TBD 192-bit (GDDR7) 225W?
GeForce RTX 5060 Ti? GB 206 TBD 128-bit (GDDR6?) 160W?
GeForce RTX 5060 GB 207 TBD 128-bit (GDDR6?) 120W?

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